A 2 x 2 Decision Matrix is a tool used in design thinking to help make decisions. It is a chart with two axes, each axis representing two different variables, that are divided into two sections. Each section is labeled with a different option, allowing for the comparison and evaluation of the various options. By combining the two axes, four sections are created, providing a visual representation of the options available. Through careful examination of the four sections, the best choice can be determined and the decision-making process can be successfully completed. The 2 x 2 Decision Matrix is an effective tool for making decisions and can be useful when weighing the pros and cons of different alternatives.
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